NYTimes Sunday Travel Round-Up

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Some articles that caught our eye in yesterday’s Times:

Boutique Hotels Arrive in Armenia: Will Tourists Follow?
The former Soviet Republic—perched on Europe’s far-eastern flank—gets its first boutique hotel chain, Tufenkian Heritage Hotels.

Check In/Check Out: London – The Hoxton
A great new trendy “cheapo” (£79-£129), perfect for exploring the East End. Don’t forget. Cheap beds are all relative.

Practical Traveler: Spring Break is Closer Than You Think
Americans are ready to travel for Spring Break, and have already started booking flights and vacation packages. (Article deals mostly with domestic and Caribbean travel).

Q&A: Getting a Good Sleep at 30,000 Feet, for less
A reader suggests booking three adjoining seats on a long flight, in order to stretch out and “sleep like a bawhich straddles the border between France and Germany—prepares for a new level of tourism.

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About the author: Tom Meyers created and launched EuroCheapo from his Berlin apartment in 2001. He returned to New York in 2002, set up office, and has led the EuroCheapo team from the Big Apple ever since. He travels to Europe several times a year to update EuroCheapo's hotel reviews. Tom is also a co-host of the New York City history podcast, The Bowery Boys. Email Tom. [Find Tom on Google Plus]

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